Air France is confident of carrying all customers to their final destination on October 28 and 29 despite strike action by some of its staff.
It said disruptions to flight schedules should remain limited to a few delays and operations will resume as scheduled on Tuesday October 30.
It claimed that during strikes on Friday, there were only "extremely limited disruptions".
"The situation is very calm in the airports and flight disruptions are limited to a few delays, averaging at less than 30 minutes. There have not been any cancellations as a result of the strike action since this morning," it said in a statement.
Passengers are advised to check in earlier than usual and in the case of a flight disruption, Air France will directly inform customers by phone, SMS or email.
In order to be informed personally, Air France advises all its customers to ensure they provide reliable contact details where they can be contacted during their trip (mobile phone and email).
by Bev Fearis
Monday, October 29, 2012
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